Ghana Complementary Basic Education (GCBE) Project

Ghana Complementary Basic Education (CBE) Program is a Government of Ghana programme with funding from DFID/USAID and Crown Agents as Management Unit. The programme is aimed at providing over 200,000 out of school children between the ages of 8-14 years access to quality education which is in line with Sustainable Development Goal 4: Ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote lifelong learning opportunities for all (Quality Education). The program employs flexible learning approaches in its 9-month cycle mother tongue classes on basic literacy and numeracy before learners are transitioned to the formal school system.

In the current cycle (cycle 5), ProNet is implementing the project in 5 Districts; 4 in the Upper West Region (Jirapa, Nadowli, Sissala East and Sissala West) and one in Brong Ahafo Region (Nkoranza North).


Funded by: Department for International Development (DFID) and USAID

Partnered with: Crown Agents